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't see is how cold it is out there. we can see some of the steam. marty is braving the cold temperatures in the out back. let's begin with bernadette woods in the first warning weather center. >> hello. yes, it's chilly but not as cold as it was yesterday. let's take a look at the temperatures. 32. yes, it's cold. yesterday this was our high. we have some 20s out to our north and west and the winds aren't nearly as strong. with a breeze it feels like 25 in baltimore, 14 degrees at oakland. yesterday it felt like 0 at this time. for more on what's going to happen over the next 24 hours, here's marty. >> reporter: thank you. good afternoon. we have a frontal boundary sitting out to the west. you're going to hear a lot about quote, unquote, this storm. you can barely see it now on doppler weather radar. it's spreading moisture into the eastern plain states. it's going to become a vigorous weather system for us. it looks like it's new england that's going to get it again. here periods of rain tomorrow. it's going to be warm. there's some mild air being compressed towards the coast with this
be upset about that, we're not today. sharon is watching the roads, marty is over at first warning weather. >> we'll discuss weather but i want you to play closely attention to sharon's traffic cameras. they're the best weather graphic we have as far as breaking news. here's first warning doppler weather radar. we are looking at this big storm coming together over our heads. we have a winter weather advisory in effect through 10:00. i see all those counties north and west of 95. it's going to be closer to the mason dixon line. a report of rain and 33 degrees and that's good news. 33 on tv hill. that's 10 warm er er than yesterday. the air above is warm. the concern is, what is rain doing when it hits the ground. for 95% of us it's just wet streets, not slicks one. 44 at lunch that's pretty much going to be your high. >>> here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. a whole lot of rain on the traffic cameras and i am absolutely fine with that this morning. speeds looking good this hour. 54 is your average on the top and west side of the beltway. that's not because of volum
group that needs to be let out. [applause] >> marty, let me ask you, you're obviously part of the california district attorney's association, as we were talking before the panel began, you shared with me that your organization has previously supported a measure that mark leno brought forward to lower the punishment for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana to a misdemeanor to an infraction. in this case your organization is essentially opposed to it. what do you say to mr. adelman and mr. gascon? >> i think one of the things i want to point out is that in terms of the changes currently taking place in california's criminal justice system is that we have embarked on a very, very large experiment and that's called realignment. prison population in california is going to approach by -- or sometime next year the federal mandate of 130,000. we've already released some 50,000 individuals to serve their time locally, and these offenses that we were talking about here are currently in the list of offenses that were to be served in county jails now. and if the notion here is
coverage for you, marty bass and bernadette woods in the weather center. >> we comfortable. 49 degrees in baltimore, 50s down to our south and cooler spot being open only at 34 degrees. we are opening this up. first warning doppler radar because all of this moisture that hung from the south, generating the new storm system, it is moving our way tomorrow. more more on how thatly out for us, we'll send it to marty. >> >> border line event no, a little mix, a little rain. it's not going to be an enormous huge winter weather concern, this is going to be more of an annoyian. there are a couple of factors in our favor. we have a fairly mild pool of air over us, it has been fairly mild the past few days, the ground is not all that necessarily cold. it may be at the end tomorrow evening, more sloppy than a problem. additional moisture believe it. >>> there are just -- there are factors trending for the better for us. meteorologist bernadette woods takes a closer look at what we hope is an annoyian during our first warning weather segment. back to
, and it's part and parcel to addiction recovery. >> george, let me ask you, marty raisesed the point that the reason that we need felony possibilities with drug possession offenses is that we need an incentive for people to choose treatment when they are charged with a crime. do you agree with them [ >> i don't. i understand where marty is coming from. i think we have to make sure when we're treating this as a misdemeanor we do have a tool to ensure that people who need treatment are going to be afforded the opportunity and are going to have treatment. i also agree with tal, not necessarily everybody that uses drugs is an addict, and not necessarily everybody who uses drugs needs to have treatment. but having said that, people that we often come in contact with will be people who have a severe drug abuse problem and generally they also have a mental health issue problem, there are often housing problems, employment, many other problems, and that's the population we deal with often. and i think that figuring a way to have an intervention so that services are available for those that n
warning weather coverage for you. marty bass is in the out back and bernadette woods is in the weather center. let's start with bernadette. >> the storms that you just saw across the south are part of the same storm system making its way through here now. this batch of rain has now moved off to the northeast and there's a break in the action. marty is going to talk more about that in a moment. for us right now what we're dealing with, temperatures even with the clouds around are on the rise. 46 degrees in baltimore. that's back above average. we are going to warm up today maybe get a few peaks of sunshine out there too. for a little more on the next couple of days, we'll send it out to marty. >> reporter: good afternoon. the wind just kind of -- this breeze just kicked up behind me here in the out back. it's going to get increasingly win i do tonight into tomorrow. we have this big area of low pressure up to the north and east high pressure trying to fill that that gap. we have wind advisories in effect for western maryland. it's going to get gusty here for about a 24 hour period begin
worse in a few hours. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. marty and bernadette woods are tracking the latest system. let's begin with bernadette. >> we're going to start out and show you on first warning doppler radar already some rain making its way into the state. this is in the form of rain. even a spotty shower across baltimore. out of west look how much more there is. this is all the same storm system that's going to move through this evening when it changes over to snow and get out of here during the early morning hours. there are winter weather advisory in effect for western parts of the state starting at noon until 1:00 a.m. the very borderline event for us. it's 40 degrees right now. across this entire map we are above freezing, that's why this is coming in the form of rain. it's going to take time for accumulation when it snows if it gets started. now out to marty. >> reporter: no problems through the evening commute. however, if you're on the road at 6:00 you will see it mixing with wet snow. the roads are going to get sloppy, not problematic. let's take a
to be a beautiful afternoon. is some snow on the way? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. marty and tim williams are updating conditions. >> there's another system headed our way. we'll talk bt -- about it here in just a few moments. a little system of development is going to set up shop offshore and then it will make its way up. marty will talk about that in a few moments. let's talk about the temperatures. forever in our brains when we see 52 we will talk about it being a ray lewis forecast. 52 degrees right now 48 in ocean city, 36 in oakland. when you see ray lewis forecast, you usually see no winter coats. for more on that afternoon out to marty bass. >> reporter: thank you very much. good afternoon. it is just absolute ly gorgeous here in the out back. clear skies barely a breeze. out in the sun, magnificent. we have basically a late october sun. that's how high it is in the sky right now. enjoy it while we have it. it's getting ready to change. not only is a cold front coming through but we know from long island through new england they're going to get blistered again. the questi
, and later on we're expecting rain and lots of it. marty is in the outback. i hope you have your umbrella, meteorologist bernadette woods tracking the storm on live doppler radar. let's start with bern. >> this is what we've got going on. out west this is starting as a mix. that cold air is trapped in the valley, sleet and freezing rain around cumberland. you can see that band crossing over the maryland border and temperature wise we're going to get to that in a moment, but there is still a chance this could start briefly as a sleet mix before changing to rain and taking over as rain. these are the temperatures, it's above freezing t. it's 39 in baltimore, the dew point is 29 degrees. that's below freezing. that's why we could see some frozen precipitation. the warmer air is going to win out. now for more on how this is going to play out we'll send it out to marty. >> no rain right now. we're doing good on tv hill, get your rain gear out. you're going to need it. an inch of rain between now and midnight. some scattered showers overnight. look at thi
. martin marty from the university of chicago, i don't know if it's included in this particular class or interview that we're going to see here shortly but he makes the point that he's met, you know, the dalai lama, he met mother theresa. he's met great religious leaders and the ones who really are deep in their own faith can make that common cause. can really be enriched from other people and learn from other faiths and so we want to keep that point up front. i mean we haven't touched from anyone in the class. perhaps some folks in here have no real particular religious concerns and you might be here to get three units of humanities credits, which that's what we're about. we're a university or you may be here for a number of different reasons but still as we move through this fascinating journey, looking at different beliefs and believers, it's a good thing to keep in mind and we'll touch on that. we brought up some great points on why it is, you know, that we should study religion. you know, why it is we might this is a good thing to be doing? you know, we're not wasting our time he
on. marty is in the out back, bernadette woods is in the first warning weather center. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. sunshine, high clouds start ing to come in. a nice day. temperature wise already at 44 in baltimore. some 30s out to the west after a chilly start in the 20s. everyone recovering pretty nicely 39 westminster and 39 in rock hall. the upper 40s this afternoon. that sets the stage for another storm system to come our way tomorrow. for more on that out to marty. >> reporter: good afternoon. thank you. train garden it's a -- it's a big one time. a winter storm system is moving towards the great lake that's going to go up to new england. for us all rain. look at that gatt hering energy down to the south. take a look at the graphic. you will see how this thing is going to wind itself up in a big way. we're going to have rain over our area. having said that, it's not impossible we start with a little bit of mixed precip before a change to all rain. there is a winter weather watch out in western maryland for garrett and allegany counties. once this storm system passes, it'
will the next winter weather come our way? we have complete coverage with marty bass in the now sunny out back and tim williams in the first warning weather center. >> what came through yesterday not unlike the last several systems. came through caused enough of a disruption to create a little havoc in the morning and then moved out of here. that system is so far out of here now that it really doesn't even show up on radar. right now we're starting to rebound very nicely with temperatures in the 40s in central maryland. still cold in oak land, 32 degrees, 43 elkin. as you asked, don we do have another system moving our way. for more on that, out to marty. >> reporter: thank you very much. happy valentine's day everyone. let's take a look at our national temperature map. everything is moving left to right. this bubble of mild air is going to come across the mid atlantic over the next 48 hours. look at the dip in the jet stream. business mark, denver, salt lake. our next graphic shows a cold front moving our way. we're going to see temperatures going 10 degrees below normal through the weekend.
better be. marty just walked in. don't worry. you look great. here's your resume. you'll knock them dead. - i wish i had your confidence. - you'll do fine. just go out there and be yourself. good luck. marty, this is the fellow i've been telling you about. frank, say hello to marty. hi ! hello. sit down, frank. jess says you saved him a ton of money on his car. he's good, but i'll let him tell you. well, i'll tell you, you made a pretty big impression on old jess. he's a nice man. did he tell you about my shop ? yes, he did. have you had much experience working with vans and trucks ? at an automobile factory. what did you do there ? well, actually all sorts of things. frank, could you give me just a little bit more of an example ? may i take a look at that ? yeah, i guess so. thank you. do you mind ? you're going to have to excuse me. we tried. can i talk to you for a moment ? sure. i'm sorry yo interview didn't go well. i froze up just like i knew i would. - i guess i let all of you down. - you didn't let us down. you let yourself down. but u know what ? i kn
is live with first warning weather coverage for you. marty bass is in the out back and meteorologist tim williams in the weather center. good afternoon, tim. >> good afternoon. we are watch ing ing two portions of a system coming together. the juice of it all is moving up the coastline. you see that. marty and i were just talking about that. with these types of colors if this had been a tropical storm of any type we would be concerned. it's moving up the coastline. the second phase is moving on in. that's bringing with it the cold air. that's moving on into the northeast. in between, we don't have much going on here at all. we do have a winter weather advisory on the tip of the state and they're not even a major concern. they're not even on our list issued by the national weather service. they will just alert you that there could be some winter concerns as these storms continue to move on through higher elevations and the tip of cecil county over in northeast, maryland. this low is moving up. the precipitation type a rain event except for maybe tonight when the temperatures drop. for mor
first warning weather coverage with marty bass in the out back and tim williams in the weather center. good afternoon. >> good afternoon . we'll set the stage for you. we have had this system moving across. it has blocked a lot of its punch as it started to move into dry air. even though you see on our radar some of it makes its way across the region, looking at marty, it's not make ing it to the -- making it to the ground. temperatures are going to go up. what we're going to have as this system makes its way down is a bit of a mix maybe some sleet, maybe some rain and it's going to move in here this afternoon. we have a winter weather advisory indicating that there's going to be a coating some light accumulation, less than one-tenth of an inch. you see the entire state is not really impacted by this. we have to keep an eye on it as it moves on through. with that said, how is this going to play into our forecast into the weekend? for more on that, out to marty. >> reporter: thank you. good afternoon. just a couple little flakes falling here in the out back. i want to look at two gra
problems for you, marty is at first alert weather. >> let's look at how mild it is. 45 degrees on tv hill. two degrees above your normal daytime high. but it's eight degrees higher than this time yesterday morning. look for a beautiful february day. don, take it away. >> >> here is sharon in traffic control. >> >> first of all, a couple of issues, the late clearing construction on the west side of the beltway in the area of frederick road. a new problem on 77, past 32, an accident reported. another accident nearby on 32 at 29. the off ramp is closed there, speeds looking good, because of the late clearing construction we were looking at mine minor delays, it was backed up. that's a look at 95 south of might march be boulevard. now, "wjz" has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don >> we have an update on the breaking news we brought you from college park campus. prince george's police have ruled the death a murder/suicide. it happened in college park college park student shot and killed a roommate and shot an
in califoia to support senator leno's direction. why is that? >> i want to thank marty for being here. even though we disagree, i think it was really important to have the point of view of the 57 other elected d.a.'s in the state. i think it's important to understand in our dialogue so marty, thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> marty is someone i respect a great deal and he has been involved in public safety for a number of years and doing very momably serving the l.a. city attorney as well as his current position. actually, for me this has been a journey, it's not like a light switch went on yesterday. i have been involved in public safety for about 30 years. i have seen the war on drugs from the ground up. i have seen it as a police officer, young police officer walking, foot beat in south central and east l.a. i saw the revolving door, the impact that that revolving door was having in many communities and as i rose through the ranks, i began to take a different look at the way we dealt with crime and the way we dealt with public safety and as i evolved throughout the years, i came
liberal protestantism? [prof. marty:] i think that the mainstream catholic protestant and reformed and conservative jews will, if i could use a very crass term, hold their part of the market. they'll decline relatively simply because of their great growth of black protestants and hispanics, some catholics, some protestants. but there aren't very big cohort moves. the people who are now moderate and liberal and black protestants are not in the surge towards fundamentalism. hard core fundamentalism, i don't think has as much future as moderate evangelicals and the pentecostals. i think that's where the future is. it's pretty hard to stay hardcore fundamentalist in america. there are so many lures out there and to build rather thick walls is frustrating. it will remain around, but i would watch much more for the exuberant groups black pentecostal, white pentecostal and moderate evangelical. [interviewer:] okay, one of the difficulties people come uwith when we talk about religious diversity and a classroom religious pluralism there's a tendency to say, "well, if you study all the reli
want to go back to the question that marty posed earlier, which is in effect this idea that in order to incentivize people making the decision to seek treatment that the fear of a felony conviction or possible state prison sentence could play a positive role. you talk to a lot of people charged with crimes who are trying to make the decision of what decision to make, what is the primary motivation you see coming from them. how do they decision make on dispositions related to drug possession as a felony? >> i think that for a lot of people it does have to be a personal decision and they have to come to it themselves. i don't think they necessarily are thinking about whether whether or not they'd be convicted of a felony or misdemeanor. i will also say that sometimes you'll meet someone in county jail and they're ready to get treatment, they're ready to get help and because of the lack of resources, they have to sit in county jail and wait for a bed to open up or wait for there to be an opportunity for them to access treatment. and one of the things that this bill would do ideally woul
. could the midwest winter storm have an effect on our area area? we have complete coverage with marty bass in the out back and tim williams in the weather center. good afternoon. >> it will be coming here. right now let's talk about what's directly impacting us, the winds. it's what we're dealing with this afternoon. 17 mile per hour winds right now sustained 20 out towards elkin. it is gusting higher, up to around 28 miles per hour over the last hour. because of the winds and cold air our temperature just around 32 gives us the wind chill of 21 degrees in central maryland, 4 degrees in oak land. now, that cold air is going to play into the weekend. it will play into that storm system moving our way. for more, out to marty bass. >> reporter: good afternoon. we are going to get a slug of mixed mess after rain. that thing is ramping up. it's filled in almost 50% since we were doing the eyewitness news morning edition. now, our graphic shows that low is going to be trunding up the 95 corridor after it makes a quick hit on the great lakes. new england is going to get it again, probably m
peaks of sunshine earlier this morning. could the weather give way to snow? marty bass is in the out back and bernadette woods over in the weather center. good afternoon, bernadette. >> good afternoon. we're going to start out with the radar. it's already giving way to some snow flurries. you can see coming in on the gusty northwest winds, some flurries. it's not heavy and not going to be heavy. we're going to see rounds of this through the afternoon. the winds are definitely up. we've seen wind gusts over 30 miles per hour. that will continue as we head through the afternoon, keeping that cold air in place. 32 is where we sit right now in baltimore, 18 oak land, 30s down to the ocean. when you factor in the wind it feels like 1 in oakland, 22 in baltimore and 20 in ocean city. for more out to marty. >> reporter: thanks. i want to show you a graphic and show you another impulse is coming our way. it's gathering strength. there may be a severe weather out break today down south. the low is going to head up to the great lakes. everything heads east. there's going to be a rain winter mi
problems on the pavement, marty is over at first warning weather. >> let's take a look at the numbers. it's 22 degrees on tv hill. that's 11 colder than this time yesterday. by lunch we hit our high of 37. like yesterday, breezy, but not windy at times. it's going to be a lot brighter than yesterday afternoon's battleship gray. >>> your rush right now from sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning everybody. we picked up a new one. that one can e ffect you on the topside of the beltway. it's an accident on inner loop of the beltway at bel air road. it's blocking all lanes. we'll keep you up to date on delays. speeds looking good on the outer loops on the top and west side. 95 southbound still full speed between white marsh and the tunnel. there's a look at the beltway at 295. you can see that's now clear. now wjz has the stories that people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. >>> a local gynecologist committed suicide this week now police are sorting through a huge number of photos and videos all taken in secret of his patients. they were found in his hom
and marty and don and everybody. it's manic monday in fells point. these folks are great. ladies and gentlemen, from the state of maryland the department of health and mental high gene cancer fund. great to see you again. >> great to see you too. >> reporter: give us the deal us. >> i sure with. the maryland cancer fund fund provides grants to long time marylanders for cancer screenings and treatments. since the fund began it's paid for screens for about 600 people and cancer treatment for about 250. the sole source of revenue is donations. that's where line 37 comes in. when you're filling out your state tax form this year, please check line 37, make a donation to the maryland cancer fund. all donations are tax deductible. you can donate any amount. for more information on the program you can visit our website at mbcancerfund.org. >> reporter: thank you very much. it's very important. line 37. you've you just reminded me, i have to get my taxes done. >> that's right. >> reporter: toe ny how are you doing? >> all right. >> reporter: the coach is here. good morning. >> good mo
first warning coverage for you. marty bass is in the out back where it must not be range? >> no, it's raining. i'm getting soaked. >> bernadette woods in the weather center. >> we are starting with first warning doppler radar. this has come in with a mix of snow, sleet and rain. we will show you temperatures in a moment. the bright passes are the colder air coming down with the sleet mixing in and initially at times it was also in the form of snow. now we will take you through this. notice the mixing line on top of us down to the south with rain. temperatures are 39. we dropped to 39 in baltimore but sufficiently above freezing. to the south of us, 48 in ocean city. we are going to warm up this afternoon but it will come with rain. for the rest of what will happen, marty. >> here is the story. there is beautiful sun shade over the out back that makes the camera shop exceptional on the bright sunny days. during a light rain it acts as an umbrella. we are getting more than a light rain. let's jump into the presentation. it will get windy and c
or counter reports or patrol officers. >> just to follow-up what marty talked about. unless there is a report, we're not going to know about it. we're not going to be able to address that issue. in terms of graffiti on concrete, the majority of the ones i've seen so far have been along the lines of the stencil graffiti. those create a little bit more of a challenge for us in terms of prosecution. it is definitely something marty and i stay in contact about. everything is coming up. there's always changes. so, it is something we're trying to address as it's coming up. >> i'll add one thing to that, too. the stencils that are going on the sidewalks, and if they have permission by the property owner to do them. we have goldfish all up and down haight street. but permission by the property owners. so, that goes into it also. >> there will be a yellow brick road somewhere, too. we're going to go -- do you want to respond to this? >> i'll respond very briefly. my experience with graffiti vandals is that they are actually quite smart and adaptable. if they know that the graffiti on the sidewalk is s
marty. >> cruise with the shoes. i like that. >>> massive manhunt for a suspected cop killer, christopher jordan dorner. it's just becoming daybreak at big bear lake in california. that means that search teams are heading back out. let's go to nick valencia in los angeles. dorner allegedly has declared war, i guess is the way to put it, on police and their families. you've been talking to the police commander. what's the mood? >> reporter: well, i think it depends on who you talk to, marpt. a short time ago we spoke to a police officer and asked him about how he's dealing with the safety concerns and how his family is doing. he told us that his wife, going into it, understood the dangers of what it is to be a police officer. what she's most concerned with it is the online support for chris dorner that has emerged. we spoke to commander andy smith as well about the safety concerns and he talked to us about the paranoia he is personally feeling. take a listen. >> i live outside of town, just outside of town. my local agency has been good enough to provide extra patrol to my hou
the roads marty is over at first warning weather. >> it really is. at least the winds are starting to die down. it's now 20. we lost a couple degrees since we came on the air an hour ago. it's still 7 degrees colder than time yesterday morning. we're getting up to about 40. lose the wind out in the sun below normal by 5:00 but not a bad day. >>> how about the president's day pavement? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. we have pick picked up our first two problems of the morning. both of them are in the city or one of them is to the west of the city on hilton at ridge and west 28th. that's a look at 95 in and out of the tunnel. still problem free. same goes for 895. now wjz has the stories that people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. >>> on the eastern shore a college student is murdered, killed right in front of his friends and his brother. wjz and mike schuh are live with more on what happened over the weekend. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. things are different now on the campus of the university of maryland eastern shore
. marty will show you that in a moment. it's sharon watching the roads and marty soefr -- is over at first warning weather. >> this is some of the lightest precipitation this radar can pick up. this is going to be a little bit of lake effect. it's just a moist -- it's just an area of moisture moving across northern counties, maybe seeing some snow showers. it's really not an enormously big deal. south of that the skies are actually almost clear. it's 32 degrees on tv hill right now. there's the breeze we're getting. an occasional gust of 20 miles an hour. that's going to define your day with a high of 37. it's going to feel as chilly as it looks. >>> how is the rush? here is sharon at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. we do have some problems out there. delays aren't one of them. we do have a disabled vehicle now on the outer loop of the beltway that one at 295. also an accident on u.s. 40 at 70. that one blocking the right lane. on 214 at turkey point road there's an accident involving a deer. watch for a building fire in the city on green crest road right near forest road. that's up
>>> this is wjz tv, baltimore. >> good morning maryland. now don scott, marty bass, and the latest breaking news from wjz's news team. your first warning weather and wjz traffic control with sharon gibala. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> it is the top of the hour. it is a cloudy and cold start, sharon's watching the roads including 95 right there. marty is over at first warning weather. >> wet and mild later. that's the key to the forecast, first warning doppler shows a lot of rain to the south coming right our way. noon through midnight about an inch of rain is going to be moving across the 95 corridor. 28 now and that's cold ever than this time yesterday. by lunch we'll be at 44 going to maybe the mid-upper 40s, and remains there through the rain event itself. don take it away. >>> thank you. your rush right now from sharon gibala. >>> good morning everyone. no real events to get in your way if you're headed out, at least in the baltimore area. everything running smoothly on the beltway and your mayor roadways. average
marty for coming here. he knew he was coming into this. i want to repeat. i am in the minority in the association. i think concerning this item, it is important for me and all of us to recognize there are ballot points of view. if we're serious about developing solutions that work for all of us, we have to entertain those points of view and tried to reach consensus. that is the only one that we will create a workable, sustainable solutions. all we're doing is spinning our wheels. my reason for being here is because i truly have come to the conclusion that it is not only based on years on the ground operationally but years of working on development of public policy, working with state governments and justice and lower in corp. -- incarceration and working with other people. a variety of settings. i do not believe that incarceration has taken us where we need to be. i believe the war on drugs has been a failure. when we institutionalize people over extended periods of time, we take low-level offenders in the early stages and harden them and we send them to the university of crime
. one for marty and one for larry. marty, how many officers do you have dedicated to your graffiti program? and also larry, how many painters or staff is in your graffiti abatement program? >> great questions. >> well, i'm the graffiti guy, graffiti abatement guy. [laughter] (applause) >> as far as the guys i use on my paint overs, i have a group of 3 to 4 guys and i pick them -- they're hand picked by me. i tend to pick guys who are patient, good with kids, guys who are school resource officers. that's a big plus. you know, you've got to like kids, maybe have experience in teaching, coaching, working with kids. like i said in my presentation, you don't want the guy with the rack shock and smoke mirror glasses who looks like he's working on a chain gang. you want someone who can maybe not talk to them in their own vernacular, but who can see eye to eye with them, talk to them about kid things and most of all be patient. and who can document trouble and kind of see things on the horizon that might be issues coming up and who are familiar with the san francisco landscape. you know, i
is fernando marty and i'm representing the council of community housing organizations. i am also the district 6 representative in the eastern neighborhoods cac. and i worked at asian neighborhood design while this plan was under process. we have been here before, where we encounter a tendency to pit affordable housing and public transit as though it was a zero-sum game and something that is very interesting about the plan, that it presents itself as building a complete neighborhood. creating a balanced between the many needs. over those eight years people came, argued, discussed, created compromises and came to conclusions about how to best serve the many needs to make those complete neighborhoods. we talk about the impact fees that exist, the housing fees, transportation fees, which are by the way, one of the largest pieces there, $22 million for public transportation will be created through this plan. and the many other needs that are needed, parks library, child-care. one of the things and perhaps corey teague, i know he is back there discussing, might be able to correct me. any understand
to the school that i started at. thank you. >> hi mr., my name is marty dulalis and i am alumni of the after school program and tina lolho was more than a teacher to me, she was like an aunt and it means pita and she was like a mother to, she knew how to teach and oh, boy does she know how to teach. i was one of the problem children during my time. so, she was really empowering and she also was... yeah, she was really empowering because i have come up to this stand since i was seven and i learned how to speak in public and i learned how to vouch for my philippine-american community because there is not a lot of us, and we almost had the bilingual program taken away more than ten years ago, about ten years ago and i would really like to say that if you are talking someone that can teach kids and have a clear one of her alumni students speak here and vouch for her, this is a really great teacher, why would you take her away? thank you, everyone and i would really like to thank the philippine-american community and everybody that really really thinks that she could stay because why would you ta
desperately needed. he spent the last month in the hospital waiting in vein. marty's funeral was yesterday. his firefighter family showed up in full force. i only knew marty a short time. what's going to stay with me about is
unfolding at this moment. martin savidge has the latest from the crime scene. marty, what are we learning? >> reporter: anderson, you were talking about both those photos and, now, the word of these explosive devices. we've been told all day long by authorities that one of the reasons why the public wasn't being allowed in the area was the concern for these explosive devices. now we learn there were two of them, one located inside the bunker, which would show you how dangerous it was the entire time for that young child and the agents that made the entry. and now the other device, we're being told, was found inside that pvc pipe, which was used for the communication. in those photographs, you might have noticed the roof of the bunker collapsed in, which would show you the force of the explosion that was used to gain entry and bring about the rescue. meanwhile, ethan, as you say, is out of the hospital. he's in good spirits, we're told. but his whereabouts right now are being kept secret. that's exactly the way his family wanted it. meanwhile, we took a look at exactly the breakdown of how
but you, good morning, marty, good morning, america. many of you waking up, millions of you to a complete whiteout what we have here in providence, rhode island. i want to take a second trip to pan our camera and show you the whiteout conditions we've had since 10:00, 11:00 eastern. it's a tall hotel and restaurant but you wouldn't know by looking at it. you can't see that. that's what we've been dealing w where are we? we're literally in front of town hall in the center of providence. i've been here for hours on end here and we haven't seen really a single pedestrian. a few stragglers around 10:00 p.m. and sledding around here but that's about it. it's been completely abandoned. theyen baaed traffic after 5:00 p.m. eastern making it illegal for anyone in rhode island to be on the roads. ist-95 that entire corridor, connecticut, rhode island, completely shut down, folks. that has hasn'ted since the great blizzard of 1978 but the big struggle here in the early morning hours is the power outages. as marty told you 183,000 homes without power. that number is only going to go up. we knew this
on valentine's day. sharon has traffic right after marty's first warning weather. >> the weather of last night is long gone. that's a clean scan. skies will be clear before not too long. 32 on tv hill is going to be 2 degrees chillier than this time yesterday. winds are calm so it's not all that uncomfortable. 47 at lunch with sun going to a high of near 50. >>> we have several school advisories this morning they're now appearing at the bottom of your screen. here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. this is one of those mornings when you walk out things can be deceiving everything looks okay but there seems to be a lot of ice out there. we are judging that on the amount of accidents that we have. one of them just coming in to us on 97 northbound at 32. a multi-vehicle there blocking lanes. richie highway on route 2. 95 back northbound at 895 we still have an accident. 97 north bound at ben field vehicle. mown dane -- mountain road at philadelphia road. one more on bel air by pass at route 24 to tell you about. if you're headed out on the beltway speeds just slightly below
if roads, marty is over at first warning weather. >> not dry for too much longer. first warning doppler, this is the -- i'm going to the next time -- i'm going to switch the next time i give you an update. there's moisture close to the region. it's going to come in as a bit of very light mixed precip during the midday, turning to all rain. 29 right now is 7 warmer than this time yesterday. by the afternoon rain, 36 maybe 37 as you high. don, take it away. >> thank you. >>> here's the rush from sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> so far nothing to get in your way if you're headed out for your morning commute. everything is looking good as far as speeds go. in the 50s and low 60s. 55 is your average on the beltway. so far we don't have any accidents at the moment. there's a live look outside at the topside of the beltway. traffic still pretty light in that area. on the west side slightly busier at baltimore national pike but still no delays. now wjz has the stories that people are talking about this morning. >> thank you. >>> we have de more details in the case of the john hopkins gy
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